New 3D printer takes the mess out of ceramics
A new 3D printer called Cerambot aims to help the artistically-challenged among us make detailed ceramic designs, no pottery wheel or apron necessary. The project, just launched on Kickstarter, is a small desktop 3D printer that connects to 3D graphics software, allowing people to craft refined objects like vases, bowls, and light fixtures. The 3D printers start at $199 - simply create a design digitally, fill the printer cartridge with clay, and watch as the nozzle does all the work. Nobody has to know a robot made it.